Definition of Lloyd, Harold in English:

Lloyd, Harold

Line breaks: Har¦old Lloyd
Pronunciation: /lɔɪd
 
/
( 1893–1971), American film comedian; full name Harold Clayton Lloyd. Performing his own hair-raising stunts, he used physical danger as a source of comedy in silent movies such as High and Dizzy (1920), Safety Last (1923), and The Freshman (1925).

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